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81. A cost minimization study comparing vigabatrin, lamotrigine and gabapentin for the treatment of intractable partial epilepsy

A cost minimization study comparing vigabatrin, lamotrigine and gabapentin for the treatment of intractable partial epilepsy A cost minimization study comparing vigabatrin, lamotrigine and gabapentin for the treatment of intractable partial epilepsy A cost minimization study comparing vigabatrin, lamotrigine and gabapentin for the treatment of intractable partial epilepsy Hughes D, Cockerell O C Record Status This is a critical abstract of an economic evaluation that meets the criteria (...) . Results of the review In the absence of head to head trials, there was no evidence that the efficacy of the three drugs differed significantly. On this basis, the authors decided to conduct a cost minimization study. The side effects of the three drugs are reported in terms of incidence, the aim being to estimate the resulting level of health service utilisation. For example, 9-15% of patients on lamotrigine, 6-15% of patients on vigabatrin and 3-7% of patients on gabapentin suffer from major side

1996 NHS Economic Evaluation Database.

82. Gabapentin in partial epilepsy. UK Gabapentin Study Group. (Abstract)

Gabapentin in partial epilepsy. UK Gabapentin Study Group. Gabapentin is an analogue of gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) which has anticonvulsant properties in animals. In a multicentre, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group study of 1200 mg/day gabapentin as additional therapy in 127 patients with drug-resistant partial epilepsy, 25% of patients who received gabapentin had the number of partial seizures at least halved, compared with 9.8% of patients given placebo. The median (...) reduction in partial seizure frequency during 12 weeks' treatment was 29.2% with gabapentin compared with 12.5% with placebo. The mean adjusted response ratio for gabapentin (-0.192) was significantly better than the ratio of -0.060 for placebo by analysis of variance. 62% of patients who received gabapentin reported mostly mild or moderate adverse effects compared with 41% on placebo; no interactions were observed between gabapentin and other standard anticonvulsants. Gabapentin is an effective

1990 Lancet Controlled trial quality: uncertain